I have rejected any level of accreditation (except the normal educational sector registration in Boston, USA) for our programs at Tekedia Institute. The reason is simple: we want to have the freedom and speed to introduce new courses without any bureaucrat wasting our time in the name of regulation.
So as Elon Musk, his generation’s finest innovator, reports that Nigeria has approved SpaceX Starlink to do business in Nigeria, we at Tekedia Institute see an immediate need to offer a course in that space.
In the Tekedia Mini-MBA starting June 6th, we are adding a new course titled “Satellite Internet In Nigeria: Business and Career Opportunities”. Our faculty will be Joseph Ibeh of Northern Sky Research, USA. He is a respected satellite internet business analyst. Texas-based Beeptool which has a SpaceX license will also teach another segment, focusing on the value chain.
Register here for Tekedia Mini-MBA which begins June 6, 2022Save big with many other benefits when you register by May 31. Cost is N60,000 or $140 for the 12-week program.
Ndubuisi Ekekwe, a known container man (importer and exporter) will join them, sharing experiences on how people/businesses transitioned for opportunities in the early years of GSM in Nigeria. That knowledge could be applicable  as satellite internet arrives!
We invite everyone to register here as this course would be a great opportunity to find new business ideas or career opportunities in Nigeria.
Nigeria Approves Elon Musk’s Starlink for Satellite-Based Internet Services

1. Advance your career with Tekedia Mini-MBA (Jun 6 – Sep 3, 2022): beat early bird fee of $140 (or N60,000 naira) before it goes. Click and register here.

2. Click and register for Tekedia Startup Masterclass and master the secrets from start-up to unicorn. Cost is N180,000 naira or $400.

3. Click to join Tekedia Capital Syndicate and own a piece of Africa’s finest startups with a minimum of $10,000 investment.
Ndubuisi Ekekwe, PhD, Chairman of FASMICRO Group, is the Lead Faculty in Tekedia Mini-MBA. He writes regularly in the Harvard Business Review. Email: [email protected]
Good day Prof. How much is the registration fee for a returning student?

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